Cheyletiella yasguriA dog mite which may transiently burrow into the skin of a dog’s owners and evoke pruritus and self-resolving papulourticarial lesions.
Topical pesticides, possibly ivermectin.
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Cheyletiella yasguriMedical entomology A dog mite that may transiently burrow into a dog owner's skin and evoke pruritus, causing self-resolving papulourticarial lesions. See Dogs, Mites.
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